"The boredom is astonishing."
"Being around nature, it's grounded me. It's slowed me right down."
When police arrested Verna McFelin's husband, her life changed overnight.
Prisoners are getting away with violence because they're not being punished for it, prison staff say.
"We've just all screwed up along the way, but it doesn't mean [they] can just close the door on us."
"We are all still human who have feelings and needs."
The 16 men surrendered to Corrections in early January after a six-day standoff.
Generally, the use of force is governed by the principles of reasonableness, proportionality and necessity.
Produced by People Against Prisons Aotearoa, it advises prisoners what to do if they're unhappy with their living conditions.